One of the things I love about WordPress is the easiness to empower it with (almost) endless features thanks to plugins. With 38000+ free plugins and an uncountable number of premium and custom ones, there’s a WordPress plugin for every need and budget.
He walked onto the convention stage Thursday night with his wife beside him, the Constitution to guide him and the pride of a father who knows he has a story to tell. “Tonight,” said Khizr M. Khan, “we are honored to stand here as the parents of Capt.
In an effort to fully embrace internationalization in the WordPress community, I launched a campaign this morning called Translate Me. See, I released a new plugin this week, Support Me, which aims to drastically simplify the process of creating – and later removing – temporary user accounts for support purposes.
I recently saw this loader on CodePen, a pure CSS 3D rotating set of bars with a fading reflection. It’s done by using an element for each bar, then duplicating each and every one of these elements to create the reflection and finally adding a gradient cover to create the fading effect.
wd_s – WebDevStudio’s fork of Automattic’s _s. Used as our starter theme.
Jetpack’s Related Posts module is a simple and easy way to add contextual posts your visitors might be interested in when they reach the end of a post on your website. To use this feature, go to your site’s Jetpack settings and enable the module.
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